Parent Information and Forms
At Go Girls! Your daughter’s health and safety are just as important to us as they are to you. Because of this, we encourage you to read the informational page about Meningococcal Diseases, Flu and Camp questions. It is mandated by the town of Longmeadow that we issue this information to all campers.
If you have any questions about Meningococcal Diseases, or would like to seek further information contact, your doctor or visit the website located on the bottom of the informational page.
Given past influenza epidemics please be sure your child does not have signs of the flu,( a fever with the addition of 1 or more of the following symptoms – couch, sore throat, runny nose) before you send them to Go Girls!
The Massachusetts Dept. of Public Health and the Longmeadow Health department recommend that if your child has signs of the flu or is diagnosed with the flu they must stay home for seven (7) consecutive days after their symptoms start or 24 hours after they have gone away, whichever is LONGER.
I realize that your daughter will be disappointed if unable to attend Go Girls, please know that if I can put her in the next session I will do so. Please contact me if you have questions about the flu or any other health and safety issues.
Go to the Online Registration page to fill out the Camper/CIT registration form to secure your daughter's spot.
Please be sure to download and fill-in the following forms:
General Health Form
Authorization to Administer Medication
Transportation Record Form
If we do not have all required Health forms we cannot allow your child(ren) to attend the program per the board of health.
Feel free to review the following forms provided by the Mass. Department of Public Health for summer camps.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns about camp, please feel free to contact Briana Sitler at (413) 565-1066 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you and your daughter (s) this summer!
Briana Sitler – Camp Director
Laurel Fortier – Assistant Director